technical analysis

Stock has a 'get long and stay long' kind of chart.
Indicators suggest new highs could be coming soon.
Charts do not reflect a great bargain.
The price action is weak and the bear is still in control of GPRO.
Various technical metrics indicate that shares have yet to find a floor of support.
Shares have stalled since mid-November, and a rally may require a decline to $20.50 first.
Shares, which have been sliding since November, could find support around $25.
Further declines to the low $20s look likely.
The crowd is still bullish but insiders are actively selling their own stock.
The charts suggest the retailer's stock is weaker than the price action portrays.

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